Definition of Brooks, Gwendolyn in English:

Brooks, Gwendolyn

Syllabification: Brooks, Gwendolyn
Pronunciation: /bro͝oks
 
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( 1917- 2000), US poet and writer. She was the first African-American woman named as poetry consultant to the Library of Congress 1985–86 and the first to be awarded a Pulitzer Prize for her poetry collected in Annie Allen (1949).

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